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What is the difference between vertical and lateral thinking?  
Vertical thinking is rational and methodical whereas lateral thinking is more abstract and random. Solving a problem using vertical thinking tends to be a more sequential, analytical process – moving from one logical step to another. Lateral thinking tends to be more creative – exploring different approaches, thinking “outside the box,” perhaps solving problems out-of-sequence.
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